Bloody Good Horror is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth reviews of current releases and cult classics, as well as home to popular features like "Beer Guts" and our world-famous "Word of the Day."
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As if I didn't hate kids enough already, this week's selection is David Cronenberg's "The Brood".
More whimsy than you can handle this week as we review Casey's staff pick of "Something Wicked this Way Comes".
What you are about to hear is the sound of the entire crew losing all the respect they had left for me.
Basket Case puts a smile on our faces, and Mark makes us all uncomfortable with the Google report.
Mirrors is officially the funniest movie of the year so far, and some wise guys ruin the Google report for everyone.
The crew takes on "Repulsion" and "The Tenant", and the experience has us clawing at the walls in more ways than one.
We do our damndest to understand what's going on in Clive Barker's "Nightbreed", and a friend of ours calls in with some bad news.
We take a trip down memory lane with "The X-Files: I Want to Believe".
We try to control our collective nerdgasms over "The Dark Knight", and frankly we didn't do so well.
We discuss the events that led to us being horror fans, and do a recap of the first half of 08.
This week we get in touch with our inner menstruating lycans with the 2000 film "Ginger Snaps".
Vaginal "Teeth" and "Black Sheep." Quite the interesting double feature.
We all have a hearty laugh over "The Happening".
Diary of the Dead makes us throw up in our mouths a little.
Jon and I do our best to describe the quality of "The Strangers".
This week we take a trip to the "Frontier(s)", and wish we'd stayed "Inside" instead.
More subtitles this week, as we review the French film "Ils".
The crew reviews the Spanish film "The Orphanage" in celebration of Mother's Day. Wait, what?
The crew tackles the 1984 cult classic "C.H.U.D."
Argento's first two "Three Mothers" films have the crew split down the middle. Shocking.
By far our most requested back episode, we tackle the "Prom Night" remake and Eric and Schnaars get into it for the very first time, sparking their now infamous bromance.
Jon and I go head to head on "The Ruins", and Mark calls out the city of Chicago.
"Inside", "Jack Brooks Monster Slayer", and beer farts.
The crew discuss the new release "Shutter". You have to try hard to be this mediocre.
Gimps, cage fights and car chases... Oh, and Doomsday!
This one comes to you literally from our Mom's basement...